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SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Student Financial Aid Search Engine: Find & Apply for Financial Aid to Pay for College

 Scholarships to Help International Students Afford U.S. Colleges

 “No Essay” College Scholarship

 United Negro College Fund Scholarships

 Scholarship America Scholarships

 The National Honor Society Scholarship

Green Home Improvement Scholarship

Laura W. Bush Traveling Fellowship

Davidson Fellows Scholarship

The Stephen Bufton Memorial Educational Fund National President’s Scholarship

 

Local Scholarships for Seniors

Dia DeLos Muertos

Premont Lion's Club

PRIDE Foundation

Fiesta Rancho

Cowboy Credit Union

Rosas Funeral Home


Ultimate Guide to the FAFSA: http://www.moneygeek.com/education/college/resources/fafsa-guide/ 

Graduating Without Debt: http://www.moneygeek.com/education/college/resources/debt-free-college-education-guide/

College Savings Plans: http://www.moneygeek.com/education/college/resources/college-savings-plans-guide/


TIPS FOR COMPLETING COLLEGE APPLICATIONS

 · Know application fees and deadlines

· Type or very neatly print all information. Remember your application is often the first impression a college has of you. You can apply online for most public institutions in Texas at www.applytexas.org

· Include everything that is requested. If an essay is required, be sure to have someone review the draft. · Arrange to have all necessary transcripts, records, ACT/SAT scores sent to the school(s) you apply. DO NOT WAIT UNTIL THE LAST MINUTE TO HAVE YOUR TRANSCRIPT SENT! Be sure to check that all your materials have been received by that university.

· Apply early. Many colleges operate by rolling admissions and let you know their decision quickly. Also applying early allows enough time to be sure you have sent all of the required documents. Seniors planning to attend college should have:

 · Taken an ACT or SAT at least once

· Applied to several colleges or universities

· Requested that your transcript be sent to any college applied to

· Checked on THEA status and whether or not the THEA or similar test needs to be taken · Checked and/or applied for housing

 

Applied for all available scholarships

· These are things YOU have to do to attend college. No one is going to take care Of this for you. Aggie Assurance Program Texas A&M University offers the Aggie Assurance program for low and middle income students. To be eligible you must:

 · Must be a Texas resident and eligible for resident tuition

· Must be an entering freshman

· Must be a degree seeking student

· Parent must have an adjusted gross income of $60,000 or less

· You must be admitted to Texas A&M, College Station

· You must have financial need as determined by the FAFSA

· You must maintain a 2.5 GPA · You must complete the FAFSA form by March 31 Aggie Assurance covers tuition, state mandated, designated tuition and differential tuition. This does not include fees.

 

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